Washington Academy senior Cameron Bowser skips: Bowser took first in the triple jump (43ft, 1in) and second in the long jump (21-10) at the Class C State meet, then finished third at New England in the triple jump with a state lead jump of 46 -2.
Miles Burr, Mt. Desert Island sophomore, sprints: At the Class B state meet, Burr won the 100 and 200 meters with setup records of 11.03 and 22.41 seconds.
Matt Charpentier, York junior, launches: Charpentier was a two-time winner of the Class B state meet in the shot put (state best mark of 59-1) and discus (162-11). At the New England Championships, he took third place in the discus with a state-leading 170-5 mark.
Scarborough senior Nicholas Connolly says: Connolly won the shot put (57-0) and discus throw (153-0) in the Class A State Meet to help lead the Red Storm to the tag team title.
Andrew Farr, Gorham senior, sprints: Farr swept the sprint events at the Class A state meet, winning in the 100 (11.03), 200 (22.41) and 400 (49.06) against stiff competition. At the New England Championships he won the 200 (21.95) and was second in the 100 (11.00) and 400 (48.27).
Jayden Flaker, Scarborough senior, hurdles/sprints: Flaker swept all 110 hurdles (14.52) and 300 hurdles (39.25) in the Class A state meet. He finished the season with the state’s best time in both events, with a best time of 14.48 in the 110 hurdles.
Henry Horne, Freeport junior, middle distance/jumping: In a rarely seen hat-trick, Horne won the 1,600 (4:31.43) and high jump (6-2) at the Class B state meet and was second in the 800 (2:02, 5).
Tudum Monday, Edward Little junior, hurdles/jumps: At the Class A state competition, Monday was second in the 110 hurdles (14.82), 300 hurdles (39.49) and long jump (22-0 1/2) and fifth in the long jump. height (5-9). He placed fourth at New England in the 110 hurdles (14.82) and fifth in the 300 hurdles (39.84).
Frank Morang, senior Cheverus, jumps/sprints: Morang won the long jump (22-10 1/4) and triple jump (43-3 1/4) in the Class A state meet and was a runner-up in the 100 (11.16), then won the New England title in the long jump with a leading mark of 23-5 1/2.
Jacob Ramos, South Portland senior, middle distance: Ramos finished second in the 800m at the Class A state meet (1:57.39) and posted a state-leading time of 1:53.92 to finish third at the Nova Scotia Championships. England.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Ted Hutch, York: Hutch guided his boys’ and girls’ teams to Class B state championships. In the boys’ meet, the Wildcats won four events and otherwise “nickel and dimed it,” as Hutch often puts it, winning the title by 40 points.
Varsity Maine Boys’ Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year: Andrew Farr, Gorham